General Power of Attorney South Carolina Form – Adobe PDF
The South Carolina general power of attorney form allows for the financial representation of a resident without the use of durability, meaning the form terminates upon the principal’s incapacitation. The form is common among business partners to be able to act for the other’s benefit if the other is out of the area and may have someone be able to sign important documents on their behalf. At the same rate it is beneficial because as long as each person is competent, they may be able to oversee how the agent is representing their needs.
- As with all power of attorney documents in South Carolina the form must be signed in the presence of at least two (2) witnesses and a notary public (Seal and Acknowledgement).